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Mary Anne, sailed 1637

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Date: May 1637 to Aug 1637
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Mary Anne, sailed 1637

In the year 1637, or sometime before, our ancestor, Thomas Payne, decided to leave England and to bring his family to America. He bought a vessel instead of taking passage in another's ship. [1]

It is not known on what date the ship departed England, but the passengers were examined between 10 and 15 May 1637, so it is likely they set sail not long after that. It is known that Thomas Payne was admitted as an inhabitant of Salem, Massachusetts on 21 August 1637. [2]

The Mary Anne, Master Goose, sailed 1637, departing England, arriving New England.

10-15 May 1637. Examinations of passengers to New England on the Mary Anne of Yarmouth, Mr. William Goose:

Alphabetical order:

  • Ames Joane 50, Widow from Yarmouth, bound for New England
  • Ames Ruth 18
  • Ames William
  • Ames John
  • Borowe John 28, Cooper from Yarmouth, bound for Salem
  • Borowe Anne 40
  • Burges [---] 26, servant for John Gedney
  • Call Augsten, bound for Salem
  • Call Alles 40
  • Cockram William 28, Mainer from Southoldt, Suffolk with 2 unk servants
  • Cockram Christen 26, wife of William
  • Cockram children 2
  • Cooper Benjemen 50, Husbandman of Brampton, Suffolk, bound for Salem
  • Cooper Elizabeth 48
  • Cooper Lawrance
  • Cooper Marey
  • Cooper Rebeca
  • Cooper Benjemen
  • Cooper [---] 48 Sister of Benjamin Cooper
  • Darrell John, bound for Salem
  • Dixson Rachell, grand daughter of Margaret Neave
  • Doged Thomas 30, servant for Thomas Olliver
  • Feleaman Dickerson, Servant of Benjamin Cooper
  • Fillingham Francies 32, son in law of Benjamin Cooper
  • Gault William 29, Cordwainer and single man from Yarmouth, bound for New England
  • Gedney John, Weaver from Norwich, bound for Salem
  • Gedney Sarah 25
  • Gedney Ledia
  • Gedney Hanah
  • Gedney John
  • Goodin Anne 18, sevant to Abraham Toppan
  • Grenfild Samuell 27, Weaver from Norwich, bound for New England
  • Grenfild Barbrey 35
  • Grenfild Marey
  • Grenfild Barbrey
  • Joanes Thomas 25, Butcher from Elsing, Norfolk single man, bound for New England
  • Jones Samuell 15, Apprentice from Norwich, bound to his master, John Baker in New England
  • Kilin John, Servant of Benjamin Cooper
  • Neave Margrett 58, of Great Yarmouth, bound to New England
  • Olliver Thomas 36, Calinder from Norwich, bound for New England
  • Olliver Marey 34
  • Olliver Thomas
  • Olliver John
  • Paine Thomas 50 Weaver of Wrentham, bound for Salem
  • Paine Elizabeth 53
  • Paine Thomas
  • Paine John
  • Paine Marey
  • Paine Elizabeth
  • Paine Dorothey
  • Paine Sarah
  • Poyett Luce 23, spinster from Norwich, bound for New England
  • Sape Marey 12, servant for Thomas Olliver
  • Teed John 19, servant for Samuell Grenfild
  • Thomas William 26, Husbandman and single man, bound for Exerden
  • Thurston John 30, Carpenter from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for New England
  • Thurston Margrett 32
  • Thurston Thomas
  • Thurston John
  • Toppan Abraham 31, Cooper of Yarmouth, bound for New England
  • Toppan Susanna 30
  • Toppan Petter
  • Toppan Elizabeth
  • Walker William, servant for John Gedney
  • Yonges John 35, Minister from St Margaret's, Ipswitch, Suffolk, bound for Salem. [Sidelined: "This man was forbidden passage by the Commissioners and went not from Yarmouth."]
  • Yonges Joan 34
  • Yonges John
  • Yonges Thomas
  • Yonges Anne
  • Yonges Rachell
  • Yonges Marey
  • Yonges Josueph


Source order:

"...ese people went to New England with William: /Goose: mr of the Marey: Anne: of Yarmouth: ///" [3]

  • Thomas Paine of Wrentom [Wrentham], Suffolcke [Suffolk], weaver aged 50 years and Elizabeth his wife aged 53, with 6 Children Thomas, John, Marey, Elizabeth, Dorethey and Sarah, are desirous to goe for Salame [Salem] in New England to inhabit.
  • Margrett Neave of Great Yarmouth, widow aged 58 and her grandchild Rachell Dixson, is desirous to passe into New England to inhabit.
  • Benjemen Cooper of Bramton [Brampton] in Suffolck [Suffolk], husbandman aged 50 and Elizabeth his wife aged 48, with 5 children Larwance, Marey, Rebeca, Benjemen and Francies Fillingham, his sone in Lawe, aged 32, also his sister aged 48 and 2 servants John Kilin and Feleaman Dickerson ar all desirous to goe for Salam [Salem] in New England and there to inhabit.
  • Abraham Toppan of Yarmouth, cooper aged 31 and Susanna his wife aged 30, with 2 children Petter and Elizabeth, and one maidservant Anne Goodin aged 18, to New England to inhabit.
  • William Thomas of Great Comberton, Worcestershire, husbandman and singleman aged 26, to Exerden, New England, to inhabit.
  • John Thurston of Wrentom [Wrentham], Suffolk, carpenter aged 30 and Margrett his wife aged 32, with 2 children Thomas and John, to New England to inhabit.
  • Luce Poyett of Norwich, spinster aged 23, to New England to remain.
  • John Borowe of Yarmouth, cooper aged 28 and Anne his wife aged 40, to Salem to inhabit.
  • William Gault of Yarmouth, cordwainer and singleman aged 29, to New England to remain.
  • Joane Ames of Yarmouth, widow aged 50, with 3 children Ruth aged 18, William and John, to New England to inhabit.
  • Augsten Call[---] and Alles his wife aged 40, to Salem to inhabit.
  • John Darrell of [------], to Salem to inhabit.
  • John Gedney of Norwich, weaver [---] with his wife Sarah aged 25 [---] [children] Ledia, Hanah and John, and 2 servants William Walker aged [------][---] Burges aged 26, for Salem.
  • Samuell Jones of Norwich, apprentice aged 15, to go to his master John Baker in New England.
  • John Yonges of St. Margaret's, [Ipswich], Suffolk, minister aged 35 and Joan his wife aged 34, with 6 children John, Thomas, Anne, Rachell, Marey and Josueph, for Salem to inhabit. [Sidelined: "This man was forbidden passage by the Commissioners and went not from Yarmouth."]
  • Samuell Grenfild of Norwich, weaver aged 27 and Barbrey his wife aged 35, with 2 children Marey and Barbrey, and his servant John Teed aged 19, to New England to inhabit.
  • Thomas Joanes of Elzing [Elsing], Norfolk, butcher and singleman aged 25, to New England to remain.
  • Thomas Olliver of Norwich, calinder aged 36, and Marey his wife aged 34, with 2 children Thomas and John, and 2 servants Thomas Doged aged 30 and Marey Sape aged 12, to New England to inhabit.
  • William Cockram of Southould [Southholdt], Suffolk, mariner aged 28 and Christen his wife aged 26, with 2 children and 2 servants, to New England to inhabit. (PRO:E157/21).


Charles Banks Topographical lists the following passengers:

  • Greenfield, Samuel - from Norwich, Norfolk, bound for Salem, Ipswitch and Hampton NH. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 120.
  • Jones, Thomas - from Elsing, Norfolk, bound for Newbury. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 114.
  • Kilham, Augustine - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Perley Salem 2/149. 36 pg 165.
  • Neave, Richard - from Yarmouth, Norfolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 123.
  • Paine, Thomas - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 164.
  • Thomas, William - from Comberton, Wiltshire, bound for Newbury. Ref: Savage. 36 pg 183.
  • Thurston, John - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem and Dedham. Ref: Hotten. 36 pg 164.


Sources

  1. Paine, pg. 13
  2. Paine, pg. 14; citing Essex Institute Collections, 9:55
  3. Paine, pg. 15; citing Hotten's "Passenger Lists" pg. 293-295
  • Coldham pg 187-188
  • Hotten P of Q pages 294
  • Banks Topo page 120
  • Paine, Nathaniel Emmons. Thomas Payne of Salem and His Descendants (Record Publishing Co., Haverhill, Mass., 1928) HathiTrust: Note: This book contains photographic reproductions of three pages from Hotten's Original Lists, A Register of Persons about to pass into Foreign Parts (the passenger list for the Mary Anne)


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